2011 Update to Title IX: The Pendulum Has Swung Too Far

, The Legal Intelligencer


The federal law that requires gender equality in higher education, commonly referred to as Title IX, has brought about many laudable results since it was first passed in 1972. But at the behest of the U.S. Department of Education in 2011, the law that was passed to ensure that female students get equal opportunity was refashioned to require that schools investigate and punish sexual assaults on campus under DOE-approved procedures.

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  • David Anthony

    It‘s 2015, isn‘t it? And isn‘t this The United States of America? Unbelievable that the cretans at the DOE would fail to recognize, in their misguided zeal for political correctness, how blind to our Constitution‘s principles they‘ve become.

  • Amanda

    *Source: com/members-of-civil-rights-commission-oppose-disregard-for-rule-of-law-over-campus-sexual-assault-rules/

  • Amanda

    Wow, how refreshing to read this. I agree with your sentiments, and so do members of the civil rights commission. They wrote a letter to Congress opposing the budget increase for OCR/Title9 due to the very things you write about! Source: com/members-of-civil-rights-commission-oppose-disregard-for-rule-of-law-over-campus-sexual-assault-rules/ I just want to thank you for showcasing OCR‘s brazen disregard for the rule of law.

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